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THQ Delisted From NASDAQ

Posted on Wednesday, January 2 @ 16:06:11 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Struggling publisher THQ has officially been delisted from the NASDAQ stock exchange. Trading the company's stock must now be done over the counter (OTC), which means that such transactions can no longer take place on the trading floor, but instead must be done over the phone and electronically.

THQ had to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy just a couple of weeks ago, which led to the company getting scooped up by Clearlake Capital Group. Because of this, THQ's delisting won't matter very soon, as the publisher will inevitably become a private company.

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